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Recent Developments & News
Automobile Alley, once a straggler in attracting restaurants to the historic corridor, is set to see its first breakfast and lunch diner open this summer in the Buick Building.more»
Construction is wrapping up on the latest piece of the 190-acre Chisholm Creek development in northwest Oklahoma City.
Tract 30, a multilevel building, will feature a mix of shops, restaurants and office space.more»
The first residents are beginning to move into The Metropolitan, the largest apartment complex yet to be built downtown.
Construction is expected to wrap up by June on the north half of the sprawling 330-unit complex, which is on the east side of Oklahoma Avenue between NE 6 and NE 9. The $45 million project was developed by John Gilbert, president of Houston-based Bomasada Group, and its chairman, Stuart Fred.more»
Earlier this week I wrote about efforts by Midtown Renaissance Group to add more retail space and street life to Walker Avenue between NW 13 and NW 10. I can only imagine how this street will look once construction is completed on the Walker Building at 437 NW 12 across the street from The Edge.more»
Walker Avenue in the heart of Midtown is getting a makeover as driveways are converted into retail spaces and plazas and large trash bins are being moved to less visible locations.more»
The route approved Tuesday is designed specifically to serve the MAPS 3 convention center and planned convention center hotel to be built south of Chesapeake Arena.
Trains also will stop along the new Oklahoma City Boulevard at the MAPS 3 downtown park.more»
The former service station, garage and car dealership at 308 NW 10 consists of three adjoining buildings, the oldest of which was built in 1923. Tenants included a Harley-Davidson motorcycle dealership from 1932 to 1942, and in later years a tire shop.more»